|To the Editor: Person who turned in personal check made soldier's Christmas even brighter|
|Written by Stacy Bressler|
|Wednesday, 05 December 2012 10:41|
The intended recipient of this letter is unknown to me and may not even see this letter; however, that person has my unending thanks and sets an excellent example for others! Even though I don't know your name, if you see this letter, you will know who you are.
On Nov. 29, I was shopping at Hobby Lobby in BG and somehow a personal check written to me, on behalf of my son, was found in their parking lot. A very honest customer turned the check in to staff at Hobby Lobby, who, in turn, successfully contacted me through my mother, who wrote the check. This check was meant as a Christmas gift to my 20-year-old son, who is deployed overseas. Because of one person's honesty, without even knowing it, you helped make one soldier's Christmas even brighter! Many thanks to you and I hope you have a blessed Christmas!
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